Happy Monday EO Nashville members. Here’s your weekly wrap-up for everything that you want to know about EO Nashville members in the news.
In August, Dan Hogan [Medalogix] wrote an article for Health Management Technology magazine on incorporating analytics into EMRs. You can read the piece here.
Andy Bailey’s [Petra Coach] column for the Journal Star also posted on Monster.com and the Orange County Register. The article detailed “5 Questions You Need to Ask Your Boss Today.”
In another installment of EO Nashville guest columns for the Nashville Business Journal, Christopher Redhage [ProviderTrust] published an article about discovering the authentic leader within you.
Debbie Gordon [S3 Asset Management] also published an NBJ column. Hers was titled “Top 7 steps to cultivate leaders within your organization.”
Clint Smith [Emma] was featured in The New York Times on Aug. 14 in an article about Emma’s reinvention of its marketing and communications platform.
Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] opened a third Nashville-area retail store in Cool Springs. The NBJ and Nashville Post covered the news.
Twelve Bone McAllester Norton attorneys, including EO Nashville member Charles Robert Bone, have been named to the 20th edition of the Best Lawyers in America 2014. Check out the clip here.
Julie May [bytes of knowledge] wrote a column for yesterday’s Tennessee on responsive Web design.
James Fields [Concept Technology] also wrote a column for the Sunday Tennessean. His column was on protecting your online and mobile conversations. You can read it here.
Finally, in ongoing coverage of Fletcher Rowley‘s [John Rowley] inclusion in the season premiere of AMC’s “The Pitch,” which ran Aug. 15, AdAge covered the post airing twist: while it looked like Fletcher Rowley “lost,” ultimately, they “won” and was hired. You can read the breakdown here.